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It is safe to use Medieval CUE Splitter?
post Oct 11 2010, 14:19
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I have big collection of music ripped to 'file.flac' & 'file.cue', so I need to split it to separate files.

Currently tested a lot of tools, but Medieval CUE Splitter does task fastest. But is it safe to use for whole collection?

I don't need CRC checksums, just want to split my collection.

p.s. sorry for my poor English..
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post Oct 12 2010, 18:04
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I'd never heard of flacon before so I haven't used it. As it appears to use shntools it should be fine for splitting cue+lossless. Reading 'man shnsplit' suggests it would be extremely hard to mess up the split when using a cue sheet unless the cue sheet is somehow no good. Shnsplit is going to do what you expect by default unless you intervene. If you want to find out if flacon is worth using why not just try it? Personally if I am unsure as to which method/tool to use for a task I try out a variety and then decide. This is especially easy and risk free if the software in question is hosted in your distribution's repositories - no ads, no shareware, no virus etc.

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